GE Outdoor Sports Stadium Lighting Fixture Ultra-Sport Floodlight Luminaire

Ultra-Sport™ Floodlight


GE Sports Flood Lighting is the premium lighting solution for professional arena applications. Combining state-of-the-art lamp, optical and ballast technology, packaged together for unmatched light output and efficiency, with excellent visibility for player, spectators and television broadcasting.


  • UL/cUL1598 Listed Suitable For Wet Locations 
  • High reflectance coated glass primary reflector, ALGLAS™ finish on 20-inch (508mm) diameter aluminum front secondary reflector 
  • Optional internal glare/spill light control arc cutoff skirts 
  • Rear re-lamping door with corrosion-resistant fasteners and lamp power disconnect 
  • Broken Glass Shutdown Circuit 
  • Optional Instant Hot Restart 
  • Compact die-cast aluminum integral ballast housing with thermally isolated optical 
  • Utilizes advanced 2000 and 1500 watt double-ended metal halide lamps 
  • Hydro*Gard™ advanced filtering system 
  • Remote ballast system available—contact factory 
  • Magnapack packaging available


  • IESNA Class III to major stadiums where premium quality lighting and excellent glare control are required 
  • Large stadiums and indoor arenas where color TV (CTV) recording and broadcasting will be common, and excellent color and vertical illumination are required 
  • Sports fields and arenas where optional instant hot restart is desired

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